After the resounding success of ACREX India 2017 organised by the The Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE), the society is steadily gearing up for the 19th edition of the exhibition that is slated to happen from 22nd to 24th of February at BIEC, Bangalore.
This edition of ACREX India promises to venture into exciting themes like sustainability, green buildings, eco-friendly innovations and carbon neutrality while expecting more than 600 exhibitors and participation from major global players across 30 countries. One of the highlights for the annual exhibition this year will be ISHRAE’s collaboration with United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) to discuss the technological developments in zero-ODS and low-GWP RAC technologies as well as the regulatory and policy measures needed to scale up their adoption, thereby maximizing ozone, climate and energy efficiency benefits.
At ACREX 2018, UNEP will be hosting an exclusive ‘Ozone Pavilion’ which will serve as a platform for organizations to come and showcase their respective Ozone2, climate friendly technologies and products. The ‘Ozone Pavilion’ will serve as a testimony to efforts shown towards building ozone and climate friendly refrigerant technologies or systems. Additionally, in line with the ACREX India vision of becoming the largest network and the most dynamic platform for the HVAC&R and the building construction Industry, ISHRAE has advocated the importance of natural resources, recycling and reusing materials alongside employing energy efficient equipment is the key to organic sustenance. Laying importance on efficient use of resources such as energy, water among other, will aid in protecting occupant’s health and improving quality of life.
Sharing his views, Nirmal Ram Chairman – ACREX India 2018 & ISHRAE Presidential Member, said: “The 2018 edition of ACREX will be all the more memorable because of ISHRAE’s collaboration United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), one of the leading organisations globally for environmental activities.”